Manchester City ‘waited for signal’ from Messi to make move approach – ‘Never came’
Lionel Messi has an agreement with Barcelona until 2021 and prior reports recommended a provision in his agreement would permit him to leave Camp Nou as a free agent this summer.
The cutoff time to practice that provision terminated on May 31st and this has been affirmed by the player’s company to AS.
It’s likewise asserted there was enthusiasm from Inter Milan and Manchester City in the forward, who will turn 33 in the not so distant future.
The Nerazzurri and the Premier League victors were ‘waiting for signal’ from the star to make a methodology for his signing on a free transfer. Lamentably for them, the sign ‘never came’.
AS presents this report as their unique data and they clarify Messi never considered leaving the La Liga victors, in spite of encountering tense minutes at the club lately.
Those in charge at Barca trust Messi’s choice to proceed could be a signal from him to plunk down for reestablishment talk so he can end his playing vocation with the Spanish giants.
In any case, AS express the South American’s thought would be to ‘play a couple of years at Newell’s Old Boys and come back to Rosario, his old neighbourhood’.
Messi will be at Barcelona until at any rate 2021 and should he choose to leave them, he’s bound to come back to Argentina than joining both of Inter or Pep Guardiola’s side